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1870s Wood Bed-Stuy House Is Not Long For This World

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Presumably because the charming woodframe house at 330 Throop Avenue at the corner of Pulaski Street in Bed-Stuy does not maximize every square inch of space on its lot, veering towards inadequacy in today's market, the antique home with a mansard roof is soon to meet the wrecking ball. Brownstoner says a demolition permit was issued in April for the pre-1873 house, now divided into three units, that is outside of Bed-Stuy's historic districts. A still-pending application calls for a four-story, eight-apartment building on the site.
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